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Re: Port to MacOS?

1) Nowadays, it is not possible to compile Smalltalk/X on Mac OS X - it is not ported yet. Although Mac OS X is BSD-based unix and it contains X server, it does not compile out of the box on OS X machine. If you customer is ready to pay for OS/X port, things may change... 2) Maybe you want to try AI...
by jan_vrany
20. Apr 2009, 20:08
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Port to MacOS?
Replies: 3
Views: 11578

Re: stx:goodies/glorp0_4

I've never try to use that version of GLORP and I thing that that version was never used. However, a friend of mine i thinking about porting newest version of GLORP and about creating FFI-based interface to OpenDBX ( http://www.linuxnetworks.de/doc/index.php/OpenDBX ) and then write a OpenDBX driver...
by jan_vrany
27. May 2009, 09:43
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: stx:goodies/glorp0_4
Replies: 3
Views: 10398

Re: stx:goodies/glorp0_4

Yes, I know it. This is exactly what he plans to port :-)
by jan_vrany
27. May 2009, 19:51
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: stx:goodies/glorp0_4
Replies: 3
Views: 10398

Re: Help with Win32Process

Hi, I don't know how to use Win32Process class directly but I've never need to use it.It's better to use OperatingSystem methods under protocol 'executing OS commands - public'. For example: OperatingSystem executeCommand:'dir' outputTo: Transcript Look at AbstractOperatingSystem, protocol 'executin...
by jan_vrany
30. Jun 2009, 18:27
 
Forum: Programming Help
Topic: Help with Win32Process
Replies: 3
Views: 10513

Re: migrating to new version?

Well, basically you can file-out your code and then file-in into new version. It's better to use version management system
(CVS or SVN), but it fact, those tool just do a file-in/file-out in a "clever" way :-)
by jan_vrany
12. Dec 2009, 10:29
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: migrating to new version?
Replies: 1
Views: 6910

Re: Adding a method to class

There are several ways how to add a method into a class. Probably the easiest is to use #compile:classified:, like (assuming that class Tokenizer already exists) Tokenizer compile:'setName: aString name := aString' classified: 'accessing' The first argument is the source code (as string) of the new ...
by jan_vrany
3. Jan 2010, 11:12
 
Forum: Programming Help
Topic: Adding a method to class
Replies: 1
Views: 6765

Re: Ubuntu package unavailable

Mea culpa!

Should work now.

Jan
by jan_vrany
10. Jan 2010, 13:34
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Ubuntu package unavailable
Replies: 2
Views: 7833

Re: 5.4.6 browser bug ?

hi all, the following are examples from the at: method in the PersistencyManager class. the first is from v5.4.2. the second is from v5.4.6. where is the rest of the code in v5.4.6(i.e. method signature, etc)? anyone else having this problem? this is under windows xp. This is usually caused by vers...
by jan_vrany
10. Jan 2010, 13:41
 
Forum: Troubleshooting
Topic: 5.4.6 browser bug ?
Replies: 3
Views: 9345

Re: redisplay problem

Here is the code that Michael Beyl sent me couple of years ago. It dynamically adds/removes a button to/from a panel. Hope this snippet will help. |top p v1 v2 b| top := StandardSystemView new. top extent:300@300. b := Toggle label:'show' in:top. b showLamp:false. b origin:0.0 @ 0.0 corner:(1.0 @ 40...
by jan_vrany
10. Feb 2010, 09:22
 
Forum: Programming Help
Topic: redisplay problem
Replies: 1
Views: 9922

Re: Auto-completion Widget

Hi, I've implemented my own "EditFieldWithCompletion" class. You may find it at: http://smalltalk.felk.cvut.cz/svn/stx/libtool/branches/jv/EditFieldWithCompletion.st (the view itself) http://smalltalk.felk.cvut.cz/svn/stx/libtool/branches/jv/EditFieldWithCompletionSpec.st (the spec class) ...
by jan_vrany
10. Feb 2010, 09:30
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Auto-completion Widget
Replies: 3
Views: 12255
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